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worker noticed a suspicious cage. officer jennifer gardener can't belive a human being would do this to an animal. >> the crateas felty. had probably weeks's worth of urine and feces inside the cra. no food. no water. just really felty. >> reporter: the washington humane society is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. but they're hoping the story will teach pet owners there are other options out there. >> if you can't take care of your dog, you can always surrender to the shelter. so it's just inexcusable to throw your dog out with the trash. >> caller: thomas is recovering, eating steady meals and enjoying the company of others. he's not ready to be adopted yet. but in two weeks, once he gets his weight up and is clearedy the doctors, the washington huma society hopes to find thomas a good home. >> thomas needs a good home. >> reporter: >> i sure he will find one >> stay wi us. news 4 continues today at 5:00 a.m.
alba is the mix master. jennifer annisn, the american classic. richel ellston, the dem darling and kate miln, the princess in waiting. bill, do you agree? >> they're all okay, but let's be honest, it's much more on heest when we're tearingpeople apart and saying who is worst dressed. >> it's much more fun to be mean? come on. >>> and this comes to us from wlv tv 3 in jackson, mississippi, where one cat just might win the mother of the year award. emmy, the cat, welcomed a squirrel to her brood when the abandon creditor fell from its nest and was too strong to climb back up. now, the squirrel is part of emmy's kittens. but the only problem is, now the adaptive squirrel thinks it's cat and according to the owner purees, too. this is "early today" on your nbc station. >>> well, this is what it looks like at this hour here in the nation's capital. 66 degrees. delightful feel out there this morning as we begin another work day. good morning to you. i'm joe krebs. >> and i'm eun yang. we're following breaking news out of prince george's county. three people are dead after an suv collidedwith
one of the victim. jennifer pettitte with draug $15,000 fro a local bank in 2008. she ld the bank teller her entire family was being held hostage at their new haven home and she needed the cash for ransom. the manager call 911. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. if the police are told, they will kill the children and the husband. she says they are being very nice. they have their faces covered. she is petrified. >> by the time police arrived about, an hour later, jennifer pettit and her two young daughters were dead. their house was set on fire. her husband, a doctor, william pettitte, was beaten but survived. steven hayes and joshua are charged in the case. at their trial yesterday, questions centered on whether police could have done more to save the family. >>> fairfax county police are looking for a man who tried to rob a woman as she sat in her car at a traffic light. some are wondering if it is connected to a high profile murder in the same area. vanessa pham was found stabbed to death in h veh
jennifer emmett makes sure her children get their annual flu st. when the h1n1 virus started spreading last Ñiyear, the seasonal flu vac couldn't protect all three of her children from getting sick. >> it's pret hard on a family of five of kids this young. they're so on top of each other. and it is, when someone brings something home, it is almost impossible not to have it spread through the family. >> now refers at the national institutes of health are trying to develop a new type of flu vac. one that could ma those annual seasonal flu shots the thing of the past. >> insteadof you having to get a new vaccine every year, we would like the develop a vaccine where could you get a shot, one or two or three times when you're very young and would it last you a lifetime and protect against the vario different strains of flu that would you encounter. >> reporter: he is the director ofaccine research. he said this ne type of universal flu shot would be similar to the measles vaccine that's children get now. that's c)jz could t now. provide a lifetimef protection. that would give vaccine makers, do
. >> our first question is from skype from jennifer in utah. good morning, jennifer, what's our your question? >> my husband was recently diagnosed with a condition that results in a low sperm count. should we just give up hope and try to adopt? >> as a doctor i will never tell you to give up, but as a mother of an adopted child, that's a good route too. doctors look at the number of sperm in a microscope and deciding if there's enough to ovulate an egg and for men that's usually a sperm count of lower than 20 million, and it seems like already a lot. but those numbers matter and also the health of the sperm matter. so here are the things for your husband and for you to talk about and those are the simple lifestyle things, for instance, ann, things like cigarette smoking, drug use, exposure to pesticides, even hot tub use where the testicles can be warmed too much and that can reduce the sperm count. those simple lifestyle things matter. soi so i would say to you jennifer, absolutely do not give up hope, but lifestyle matters and also see an infertility specialist. >> infertility spe
was too sexual. jennifer tesch said her daughter came home singing these lyrics. our backs ache, our skirt are too tight, we shake our booties from left to right. both parents objectd. she said the team and the cheer leading association wouldn't budge. then voted her daughter off the squad. >> i don't even think that i could continue them removed us from the organization. it's i don't think i have anyway to fight that. and at this point i don't know if i would ever want go back any way. ultimately if they think it is to know remove a 6-year-old from the te, i wouldn't want my daughter in that organization anyway. >> the tesches say their daughter may look into gymnastics now that cheer leading is no longer an option. >>> some d.c.tudents most at risk for obesity got a step-up lesson in staying fit. children's hospital sponsored this event for a group of middle students from area of the city with higher rates of childhood obesity. the children were taught how to move in a different way that would be more fun and would help them stay fit. another event planned forext week at the boys and gi
but officer jennifer gardener can't belive a human being would do this to an animal. >> the crate was lthy. d probably weeks's worth of urine and feces inside the crate. no food. no water. just really filthy. >> reporter: the washington huma society is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. but they're hoping the story will teach pet owners there are other options outhere. >> if you can't take care of your dog, you can always surrendeto the shelter. we're open 24 hours a day, 7 days a ek. so it's just inexcusable to throw your dog out with the trash. >> reporter: thomas is recovering, eating steady mes and enjoying the company of others. he's not ready to be adopted yet. but in two weeks, once he gets his weight up and is cleared by the doctors, the washington humane society hopes to find thomas a good hom >>> two men suspected of stealing a mini van were caught by police after one of them wad to a police officer. they were both arrested and charged with grand larceny any. the two drove by movie co.theater and waved at a detective in uniform who was work
of the blue state in a dead heat is in trouble. >> reporter: jennifer duffy, senior editor says the poll has something good for both candidates. >> 50/47, it's a three-point split. essentially the race is tied. if i'm the o'malley campaign, one of the things i take as positive out of that poll, he is at 50%. that means that ehrlich needs to chip away at his support. but this is notan uphill race. this race is tied. >> reporter: martin o'malley has raised a lot more money than his republican opponent and now is launching his first tv ad in our area, focusing on his commitment to education >> we've doubled the number of arter schools and froz college tuition for four years in a row. >> ehrlich's campaign is saving its mon for tv ads later in the campaign. the republican governor's sociation has bought tv time on his behalf, to compete for the voters in the maryland suburbs arnd the belt way. >> martinwe maltly, higher taxes, fewer jobs. moving maryland backwards. >> that ad for ehrlich is called backwards, it's an attack on o'malley's theme, moving maryland forward. the ads show how contentiou
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